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Sustainable Garden Quest 2019

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Urban Landcare Group’s (KBULG) QUEST for Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s most sustainable garden was once again a huge success.

Residents of Kalgoorlie-Boulder were challenged to show off a variety of water saving techniques, smart landscaping and other innovative garden practices in their own gardens to showcase sustainable gardening.

All aspects of creating and maintaining a waterwise and sustainable garden were considered by the judges, including the overall appearance, colour & tidiness of gardens and verges.

Judges were particularly impressed with the amount of effort and planning which had gone into the many different gardens and the use of a variety of native species, edible plants, mulch and weed-free verges.

Travelling around Kalgoorlie-Boulder visiting the different gardens made the judges realize that many of the city’s residents are endeavouring to maintain gardens which are not only suitable for our semi-arid climatic conditions but are also attractive, well-maintained and aesthetically pleasing.

Garden styles varied greatly and native, cottage, Vegetable, formal and informal gardens, small and large were presented for judging.

WINNER of the Residential (Owner)– Suzanne & Peter Burger

WINNER of the Residential (Tenant) – Coll Benstead

WINNER of Commercial (Business & Industry) – Boulder Discovery Park

WINNER of School Garden – O’Connor Primary School

WINNER of Edible Garden – Sarah Campbell

WINNER of Community Organisation – Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community Garden

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Sustainable Garden Quest 2018

WINNER of the Residential Back Garden – Bryce & Sharon Greatorex

WINNER of the Residential Front Garden – Maureen Hartley

WINNER of Commercial (Business & Industry) – Kalgoorlie-Boulder Racing Club

WINNER of Edible Garden – Sarah, Lachlan & Jared Campbell

WINNER of Community Organisation – Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community Garden

Sustainable Garden Quest 2017

WINNER of the Residential – Sarah Campbell

WINNER of Commercial (Business & Industry) – Kalgoorlie Boulder Race Club

WINNER of School Garden – Boulder Primary School

WINNER of Edible Garden – 1st Boulder Scouts Group, Boulder

WINNER of Community Organisation – Kalgoorlie Boulder Community Garden

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Sustainable Garden Quest 2016

KBULG’s Sustainable Garden Quest has become an important spring event and in 2016 again served its purpose in promoting, educating, and awareness-raising about opportunities and varied techniques for waterwise gardening. With seven separate categories and winners announced at Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s Spring Festival, the annual event significantly contributes to increasing residents’ interest in landscaping with innovative ideas for waterwise gardening, which greatly enhances the street-scape of Kalgoorlie – Boulder.

WINNER of the Residential – Peter Mitrasinovich

WINNER of Commercial (Business & Industry) – Mrs C Bensted, Trafalgar Gardens Boulder

WINNER of School Garden – North Kalgoorlie Primary School

WINNER of Edible Garden – Melissa Thompson

WINNER of Community Organisation – 1st Boulder Scouts Group, Boulder

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Sustainable Garden Quest 2015

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Urban Landcare Group’s (KBULG) QUEST for Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s most water-efficient and innovative garden was once again been a great success in 2015. Competition judges using set criteria said the standard of nominations were extraordinarily high across all categories, with only a matter of points separating the Winners.

All aspects of creating and maintaining a waterwise and energy-efficient garden were considered by the judges, including the overall appearance, colour & tidiness of gardens and verges.

Judges were particularly impressed with the amount of effort and planning which had gone into the many different gardens and the use of a variety of native species, edible plants, mulch and weed-free verges.

Travelling around Kalgoorlie-Boulder visiting the different gardens made the judges realize that many of the city’s residents are endeavouring to maintain gardens which are not only suitable for our semi-arid climatic conditions but are also attractive, well-maintained and aesthetically pleasing.

Garden styles varied greatly and native, cottage, Vegetable, formal and informal gardens, small and large were presented for judging.

WINNER of the Residential – Ian & Leila Worth, Lamington

WINNER of Commercial (Business & Industry) – Mrs Coll. Benstedt & Tenants, Piesse Street Apartment Block, Boulder

WINNER of School Garden – Goldfields Baptist College

WINNER of Edible Garden – Sarah & Graeme Campbell

WINNER of Community Organisation – 1st Boulder Scouts GroupBoulder

Sustainable Garden Competition winner Ian Worth and his wife Leila Worth in their backyard. (Picture: Louise White) 30th October 2015

Sustainable Garden Quest 2014

Winners of the 2014 Sustainable Garden Quest were announced at the Goldfields’ Spring Festival on Sunday, 12th of October 2014, and the competition again served its purpose in promoting, educating, and awareness-raising about opportunities and varied techniques for water-wise gardening. In 2014 KBULG introduced the new category Schools and amended the existing category structure, resulting in a separate category for Community Organisation. The Edible Garden category, introduced in 2013, featuring vegetables, fruit and bush tucker, was again a major highlight of the competition.

Winning entries were selected from following five categories: Residential (Owner & Tenant combined), Commercial (Business and Industry combined), Schools, Community Organisation, and Edible Garden. Gardens were assessed on innovative techniques to enhance sustainability and water-efficiency, along with the overall appearance of gardens and their tidiness.

Entries were plentiful and varied, and the judges were highly impressed by the presented efforts showcasing techniques to create visually attractive, well-maintained gardens that can be successfully managedunder local semi – arid conditions. Judges were especially pleased to witness a pronounced tendency towards gardening with natives and low-water use plants.

Bergie’s Soils again provided the major sponsorship for the events, donating 50% of the gift vouchers. Outback Energy and the Kalgoorlie Miner also sponsored the competition through free advertising, facilitating the overall great success of the competition.

WINNER of the Residential – Christie Nichole, Lamington

WINNER of Commercial (Business & Industry) – Rydges Kalgoorlie

WINNER of School Garden – Goldfields Baptist College

WINNER of Edible Garden – Sarah & Graeme Campbell, West Kalgoorlie

WINNER of Community Organisation – 1st Boulder Scouts GroupBoulder

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Sustainable Garden Quest 2013

The 2013 Sustainable Garden Quest attracted plenty participants across the categories with garden styles varying greatly; native, cottage, cactus, formal and informal gardens were all presented for judging.

Again this year the judges were pleased to see many Kalgoorlie-Boulder residents making an effort to have gardens which are suitable to our semi-arid climatic conditions, but are also attractive, well-maintained and aesthetically pleasing. It was also great to see that a number of residents are also maintaining their verges and reducing or removing altogether, high water use lawns and gardens.

Bergie’s Soils were the major sponsor of the 2013 competition, donating $1500 worth of prizes including gift vouchers and trailer loads of mulch, Western Power and the Kalgoorlie Miner also sponsored the competition, providing free advertising.

WATERWISE GARDEN COMPETITION WINNERS

RESIDENTIAL

Owner Maintained

1st – Sarah Campbell, O’ Byrne Crescent, West Kalgoorlie

2nd- Steve Leipold,  Tumbarri Way, Hannans

3rd – Sharon Grundie, Clancy St, Boulder

Tenant Maintained Winner

Betty Pollard, Egan St, Kalgoorlie

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL

Quality Inn, Forrest St, Kalgoorlie

SCHOOL

John Paul College, Lionel St, Kalgoorlie

EDIBLE GARDEN – RESIDENTIAL

1st – Sarah Campbell, O’ Byrne Crescent, West Kalgoorlie

EDIBLE GARDEN – COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL

Golden Mile Loopline Railway Society, Boulder

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Sustainable Garden Quest 2012

The 2012 Sustainable Garden Quest had many nominations across the categories with garden styles varying greatly; native, cottage, cactus, formal and informal gardens were all presented for judging.

The judges were pleased to see many Kalgoorlie-Boulder residents making an effort to have gardens which are suitable to our semi-arid climatic conditions, but are also attractive, well-maintained and aesthetically pleasing. It was also great to see that a number of residents are also maintaining their verges and reducing or removing altogether, high water use lawns and gardens.

Bergie’s Soils were the major sponsor of the 2012 competition, donating $1500 worth of prizes including gift vouchers and trailer loads of mulch, Western Power and the Kalgoorlie Miner also sponsored the competition, providing free advertising.

WATERWISE GARDEN COMPETITION WINNERS

RESIDENTIAL

Owner Maintained

1st – Cheryl Hyder, Wright Court, O’Connor

2nd- Wemyss Family, Bourke Street, Kalgoorlie

3rd – Matt Priest, Addis St, Lamington

Tenant Maintained Winner

Betty Pollard, Egan St, Kalgoorlie

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL

Kalgoorlie Precast Concrete, Carnegie St, Kalgoorlie

SCHOOL

St Mary’s Primary School, Dugan St, Kalgoorlie

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Sustainable Garden Quest 2011

Many entries were received across the categories with garden styles varying greatly; native, cottage, cactus, formal and informal gardens were all presented for judging.

The judges were pleased to see many Kalgoorlie-Boulder residents making an effort to have gardens which are suitable to our semi-arid climatic conditions, but are also attractive, well-maintained and aesthetically pleasing. It was also great to see that a number of residents are also maintaining their verges and reducing or removing altogether, high water use lawns and gardens.

Bergie’s Soils were the major sponsor of the 2011 competition, donating $1500 worth of prizes including gift vouchers and trailer loads of mulch. The Kalgoorlie Miner also sponsored the competition, providing free advertising.

KBULG wishes to thank all the entrants for participating in the Waterwise Garden Competition and all the sponsors for making the competition possible.

WATERWISE GARDEN COMPETITION WINNERS

RESIDENTIAL

Owner Maintained

1st – Wemyss Family, Bourke Street, Kalgoorlie
2nd -Neville Rodda, Richardson St, Boulder
3rd – Susan Day, Gilberton St, Kalgoorlie

Tenant Maintained Winner

Kaye Maynard, Buller St, Kalgoorlie

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Sustainable Garden Quest 2010

The 2010 Water Wise Garden Competition had many nominations across the categories with garden styles varying greatly; native, cottage, cactus, formal and informal gardens were all presented for judging.

The judges were pleased to see many Kalgoorlie-Boulder residents making an effort to have gardens which are suitable to our semi-arid climatic conditions, but are also attractive, well-maintained and aesthetically pleasing. It was also great to see that a number of residents are also maintaining their verges and reducing or removing altogether, high water use lawns and gardens.

Bergie’s Soils were the major sponsor of the 2010 competition, donating $1500 worth of prizes including gift vouchers and trailer loads of mulch. The Kalgoorlie Miner also sponsored the competition, providing free advertising.

KBULG wishes to thank all the entrants for participating in the Waterwise Garden Competition and all the sponsors for making the competition possible.

WATERWISE GARDEN COMPETITION WINNERS

RESIDENTIAL

Owner Maintained

1st – Melissa Drummond, Lamington
2nd – Clayton Davy’s, Ward St, Lamington. Tie for 2nd: Sarah Campbell, O’ Byrne Crescent, West Kalgoorlie
3rd – John Pearson, Varden St, Lamington

Tenant Maintained Winner

Mrs Coll Bensted and the Tenants, Piesse Street, Kalgoorlie

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL

Winner – City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Maritana Street Bridge Works

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Sustainable Garden Quest 2009

The 2009 Kalgoorlie-Boulder annual Waterwise Garden Competition was another great success with the standard of nominations extraordinarily high and over 30 nominations received. The judges found it extremely difficult to judge especially across the residential owner maintained garden.
The 2009 competition particularly focused on all aspects of creating and maintaining a Waterwise garden, the overall appearance, colour and tidiness of gardens and verges. The Judges this year were particularly looking at the effort and love gardeners placed into the gardens.
The competition showed that people are recognizing the importance of conserving water and was demonstrated in many gardens. The judges were extremely impressed at the entrant’s ability to identify low water use plants and there was an increased use of mulch, stones and paving in the gardens, with several gardens clearly demonstrating that alternative ground covers mixed in with waterwise plantings can make very unique and attractive garden. It was great to see that a number of residents are also maintaining their verges and reducing or removing altogether, high water use lawns and gardens.

Garden styles varied greatly, native, cottage, cactus/succulent, formal and informal gardens where presented for judging. $1200 worth of Bergie’s vouchers and 6 trailer loads of mulch donated by Bergies soils were won.

The highest scoring garden, in the Residential Owner Maintained Category was Lynda and Lindsay Fosbery’s garden of Ward Street, Lamington. Their garden stood out as the most well presented waterwise garden. The judges were impressed with the amount of care, thought and love that had gone into the garden and is a real credit to its owners. This garden had placed 3rd in the 2008 Annual Waterwise Garden Competition.

KBULG wishes to thank all the entrants for participating in the Waterwise Garden Competition and all the sponsors for making the competition possible.

WATERWISE GARDEN COMPETITION WINNERS

RESIDENTIAL

Owner Maintained

1st – Lynda and Lindsay Fosbery, Ward St, Lamington
2nd – Jenny Anderson , Gilberton St, Kalgoorlie
3rd – Rick Dingle, Turich Way, Kalgoorlie

Tenant Maintained Winner

Mrs Coll Bensted and the tenants, Piesse Street Kalgoorlie

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL

Winner – City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Administration Buildings, Hannan St

Sustainable Garden Quest 2008

The 2008 Kalgoorlie-Boulder annual Waterwise Garden Competition was a great success with over 30 nominations received.

This year’s competition particularly focused on all aspects creating and maintaining a waterwise garden, the overall appearance, colour and tidiness of gardens and verges.

The judges were particularly impressed with the amount of effort and planning which had gone into the many different gardens and the use of native and exotic species, mulch and weed free verges. It was great to see that many Kalgoorlie-Boulder residents were endeavoring to have gardens which are suitable to our semi-arid climatic conditions but also attractive, well-maintained and aesthetically pleasing.  It was also fantastic to see that a number of residents are also maintaining their verges and reducing or removing altogether, high water use lawns and gardens.

Garden styles varied greatly, native, cottage, cactus/succulent, formal and informal gardens where presented for judging.  $1200 worth of McBrides gardening vouchers and 6 trailer loads of mulch donated by the Water Corporation were won by the highest scoring entrants in each category.

The highest scoring garden was Delma Daw and Lou Lagrange’s garden of Lyall St, Lamington. Their garden stood out as the most well presented waterwise garden.  It showed that a lot of thought has gone into the layout and plantings, with sculptured paths, retaining walls and a diversity that flows throughout the entire garden. The garden showcases a range of Waterwise plants blending both native and exotic plants. This fully reticulated garden contains no lawn and is fully mulched. This garden is a real credit to its owners.

The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Urban Landcare Group wishes to thank all the entrants for participating in the Waterwise Garden Competition and all the sponsors for making the competition possible.

WATERWISE GARDEN COMPETITION WINNERS

 RESIDENTIAL

Owner Maintained

1st – Delma Daw and Lou Lagrange, Lyall Street, Lamington
2nd – Morrie Goodz and Robin Londsdale, Lyall Street, Lamington
3rd – Lynda Fosbery, Ward Street, Lamington

Tenant Maintained

Finalist – Colin Bassett, Ramus Circle, Somerville

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL

Owner Maintained
Winner – City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Administration Building

Professionally landscaped
Winner – Mining Hall of Fame, Goldfields Hwy

COMMUNITY
Winner – Burt Street Streetscape
Runner Up – Goldfields Childcare

Sustainable Garden Quest 2007

The 2007 Kalgoorlie-Boulder Annual Waterwise Garden Competition had over 20 entrants vying for $1200 worth of Waldecks gardening vouchers and 8 trailer loads of mulch donated by the Water Corporation.

The Judges were particularly impressed with the entrants gardens, which featured Goldfields native plants and/or waterwise plants, mulch and weed free verges. Travelling around and judging the gardens allowed the judges to see that many Kalgoorlie-Boulder residents are making an effort to have gardens which are suitable to our semi-arid climatic conditions but also attractive, well-maintained and aesthetically pleasing. It was great to see that a number of residents are also maintaining their verges and reducing or removing altogether, high water use lawns and gardens.

Garden styles varied greatly, native, cottage, cactus, formal and informal gardens where presented for judging.
The highest scoring garden overall was a garden in the Residential Owner Maintained Category. Tania Kentish’s garden of Carrington St, South Kalgoorlie stood out as a lovely, well presented waterwise garden. Whilst being relatively young, at just 3 years old, as the plants mature it will continue to develop into a beautiful garden. It showed that a lot of thought has gone into the layout and plantings, utilising quite a variety of plants, including callistemons, grevillias, acacias and myoporum, alongside, seaside daisys and dietes. This fully reticulated garden contains no lawn and they have also created a garden on their verge consisting of waterwise and tough native plants including several different eucalypts, cassias, eremophilas and succulent groundcovers. Many of the plants in this verge garden were grown by the KBULG Native Plant Group, purchased through KBULGS Annual nursery clearout sale.

KBULG wishes to thank all the entrants for participating in the Waterwise Garden Competition and all the sponsors for making the competition possible.

WATERWISE GARDEN COMPETITION WINNERS

RESIDENTIAL

Owner Maintained
1st – Tania Kentish, Carrington Street Kalgoorlie
2nd – Lynda Wraight, Lyall Street Kalgoorlie
3rd – Richard Allen, Addis Street Kalgoorlie

Tenant Maintained
1st – Mrs Bensted and the tenants, 33 Piesse Street Kalgoorlie

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL
Owner Maintained

1st – Kingston Surveys, Dugan Street, Kalgoorlie
2nd – Collins Street Surgery, Collins Street Kalgoorlie

Professionally Landscaped
1st – Kalgoorlie-Boulder City Council – Council Gazebo Gardens

COMMUNITY 
1st – Kalgoorlie Primary School, Dugan Street Kalgoorlie

Sustainable Garden Quest 2008

Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s annual Waterwise Garden Competition 2006 was again hotly contested with entrants vying for $1200 worth of Waldecks-Kalgoorlie gardening vouchers and 6 trailer loads of mulch donated by the Water Corporation.

Typically those gardens that were successful had little or no lawn, a variety of Waterwise and local native plants on drip type reticulation and were weed free. The gardens that had an attractive layout and used coarse, environmentally friendly mulch were also held in high regard.

Winners of the 2006 Waterwise Garden Competition were:

RESIDENTIAL – Owner/Occupier

Tania Kentish, 50 Carrington St
Steve Leipold, 41A Lyall St
Robin Lonsdale and
Morrie Goodz, 132 Lyall St
Ian & Leila Worth, 98A Ward St

COMMUNITY

Family Training Institute, Wilson St O’Connor
Special Ed Garden, Osmetti Dve

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL –
Small Owner Maintained

Goodz & Associates GMC P/L, 134 Lyall St
Dr A Schmidt, 27 Charlotte St

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL – 
Professionally Landscaped

Australian Prospectors & Miners Hall of Fame
Broadwater Resort Hotel

Sustainable Garden Quest 2009

Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s annual Waterwise Garden Competition was again in full swing this year with entries vying for $1300 worth of Waldecks-Kalgoorlie gardening vouchers and 6 trailer loads of mulch donated by the Water Corporation. Thanks to these sponsors.

Of the entries received more than half were awarded prizes. Typically those gardens that were successful had little or no lawn, had a variety of Waterwise and local native plants on drip type reticulation, and were weed free. The gardens that had an attractive layout and were using coarse, environmentally friendly mulch were also held in high regard.

The Winners of the 2005 Waterwise Garden Competition are:

RESIDENTIAL — OWNER/OCCUPIER

  1. Andrew & Clare Kirke
  2. Tania Kentish
  3. Paul Thorbjornsen
  4. Katina De Sousa

RESIDENTIAL — TENANT MAINTAINED

  1. Sue Mazzuchelli
  2. Vicky Brown
  3. Kymberlee O’Loughlin
  4. Sarah Wilkinson

COMMUNITY

  1. St Mary’s Primary School
  2. O’Connor ESC3 Primary School

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL

  1. Mining Hall of Fame
  2. Broadwater Resort Hotel
  3. City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder
  4. Kalgoorlie Pet Motel

Sustainable Garden Quest 2004

The Waterwise Garden Competition was again in full swing this year with 35 entries.

$1400 worth of Waldecks-Kalgoorlie gardening vouchers and 7 trailer loads of mulch donated by the Water Corporation were available to be won.

Typically those gardens that were successful had little or no lawn, had a variety of Waterwise and local native plants on drip type reticulation, and were weed free. The gardens that had an attractive layout and were using coarse environmentally friendly mulch were also held in high regard.

The winners of the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Urban Landcare Group Waterwise Garden Competition for 2004 are:

RESIDENTIAL – OWNER/OCCUPIER

  1. Mathew and Robin Carter – 28 Hampden Street, Kalgoorlie
  2. Dianne Panzich – 18 Turich Way, Boulder
  3. Candice Brown – 92 Lyall Street, Kalgoorlie

RESIDENTIAL – TENANT MAINTAINED

  1. Yvette Hargreaves – 3 Trythall Place, Hannans
  2. Robert Singer – 18 Lewis Street, Kalgoorlie
  3. Kymberlee O’Loughlin – 6 Nankiville Road, Hannans

DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND WORKS – Homeswest

  1. Mrs Sherlie Wakeman – 38A Evans Street, Boulder
  2. Ramone Glasgow – 75 Vivian Street, Boulder

COMMUNITY

  1. O’Connor ESC3 Primary School
  2. Wongutha Birnie Aboriginal
  3. Kalgoorlie Primary (Pre-primary)

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL

  1. Placer Dome Asia Pacific, Paddington
  2. tie: Broadwater Resort & Mining Hall of Fame
  3. City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, 577 Hannan Street

Sustainable Garden Quest 2003

This year’s Waterwise Garden Competition was a great success with 29 entries. This year’s competition particularly focused on waterwise gardens and the overall appearance, colour and tidiness of gardens and verges.

$1000 worth of Waldecks-Kalgoorlie gardening vouchers and 7 trailer loads of mulch donated by the Water Corporation were available to be won.

Landcare Officer, Kylie Payne said she was particularly impressed with the gardens with Goldfields native plants, mulch and weed free verges. Travelling around and judging the gardens we were able to see that many Kalgoorlie-Boulder residents are making an effort to have gardens which are suitable to our semi-arid climatic conditions but also attractive, well-maintained and aesthetically pleasing. It was great to see that a number of residents are also maintaining their verges and reducing or removing altogether high water use lawns and gardens.

The winners were Robin Lonsdale and Morrie Goodz of 134 Lyall Street. Their waterwise garden full of Goldfields native plants has been developed over less than two years. They have used lipia grass as a waterwise alternative to lawn and mulched all of the garden beds with coarse enviro-mulch. Plants included a number of varieties of Eremophila (which means “desert loving”), also known as emu bushes. These come in a variety of flower colours including yellow, red, purple and pink, and a variety of leaf shapes and colours. The garden attracts many birds and butterflies.

The winner was presented with their prize by the Minister for Works, Housing and Government Enterprises, Mr Nick Griffiths.

The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Urban Landcare Group wishes to thank all the entrants for participating in the Waterwise Garden Competition and all the sponsors for making the competition possible.

Winners

The winners of the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Urban Landcare Group Waterwise Garden Competition for 2003 are:

RESIDENTIAL

  1. Robin Lonsdale and Morrie Goodz – 134 Lyall Street, Kalgoorlie
  2. Jim and Andrea Williams – 3 Emery Close, Kalgoorlie
  3. Peter and Jan Broadbent – 38 Balfour Street, Kalgoorlie

TENANT MAINTAINED

  • K Aue – 229 Wittenoom Street, Boulder

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL/COMMUNITY — Highly Commended

  • Kalgoorlie-Boulder Business Development Centre – 171 Piccadilly Street
  • Goldfields Telephone Service – 24 Percy Road
  • City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder – Hannan Street and Burt Street streetscape plantings

Sponsors

  • Waldecks
  • The Golden Mail
  • City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder
  • KCGM
  • MPI Mines
  • Placer Dome Asia Pacific
  • Water Corporation
  • Western Power
  • WMC Kalgoorlie Nickel Smelter

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